Journal of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies
Abstract:Due to the development of global industries, many corporations view global market place as a single market. For the purpose of centralizing goods, many international manufacturers have warehoused large amounts of basic semi-products in a few strategic logistical locations. Thus, the problem of location competition has resulted. For the differences of international transportation, industry, and economic environment among airports, the logistical development of airports have various stages and modes, involving various location factors. Therefore, airports should be equipped with suitable (competitive) logistics location. Thus, according to the suitable development type to strengthen the competitive conditions is an important issue for strengthening competitive advantages. From the perspective of national resources, proposing fuzzy quality function deployment (FQFD) to construct relational matrix of competitive indices and national resources factors, based on Porter’s Diamond Theory. Finally, analyze priority ranking of national resources and contribution ranking of the overall national resource to each competitive index.